Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 17, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 17, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH (haiitauqua-Piasa Opens 75th Season Saturday WSCS to Honor Wood River ELECTRIC CAR East Alton Mayor Charles Vanpreter, second from left, and Loyal Palmer, executive secretary of the Wood River Township Chamber of Commerce, prepare to go for a ride in an Illinois Power Co. "electric car of the future" at Wood River Thursday. Art Kayser, right, assistant service manager for the firm chauffered the two in the "Henry Kilowatt."—Staff Photo. Married Last October After 7-Month Wait, Czechoslovakia!! i Woman Joins Husband in Wood River CHAUTAUQUA - The 73th am Tiual opening of the Chautauqua- Plnsn resort season will 1» held herr> Saturday with a dance and movie highlighting the schedule in the evening. The Wood Rivrr High School j "Woodcats" have been engaged ,to play for dancing at the Pa- WOOD RrV ER-The Woman's ;vllion following a movie. "Mardi society of Christian Service held Gr«s". starring Pat Boone. jts fjrsf ^^^ of the new con . j The season promises to be one fcrence ycar vvednesday at the of the best in the history of the Flnrt Methodist Church. resort with activities scheduled M|si , Martha Walkeri prest . for each weekend, a spokesman den( announced (he gu b.dlstrict sain< workshop will be held at Name- During the Sunday morning okj Met hodist Church June 24; worship services in the auditor)- and thc annua , gy^,, of M)g . urn. Rev. Rene Ryter, a Presby- s|ons a( McKf>ndree Col , egei j^,.; terlan minister, home on leave anon ^ug s . 12 ' from Cameroun, West Africa, Mrs P G Dykeman, secreta- w-ill speak. ^ of sf udent work, reported 17 i Sunday evening's activities in- high srhoo| flnd sjx ,„}}?&!• | elude the showing of pictures graduatwi wi || be honored dur- | taken on a visit to the Holy Land , ng , he Sunday Worship 9ervice . by Major Lewis of Scott Air a) thp c h urc h , Force Base in Belleville. A c Roos presenled thc m . The annual homecoming week- dety with a cnpck fo ,, $25 for the :end has been set for July 2, 3 purchase of a life membership and 4 with an outstanding pro- fo| . nis wjfe jgram lined up. RECEIVE POOL CHARTER Four members of a non-profit corporation who are promoting construc tion of a swimming pool in Bethalto WOOD RIVER — After a seven-month wait for governmental permission to leave her native country, Mrs. Anton Pavelek arrived recently in Wood River to join her husband to whom she was married last October in Czechoslovakia. Mrs. Pavelek arrived in Wood River on May 28 and has found American life to her liking—al though she must wrestle daily with a language barrier she hopes to eventually overcome. Her marriage to Pavelek, a .retired employe of Standard Oil Co., resulted from correspondence between herself and Pavelek after the death of Pavelek's first wife and the death of her husband. Pavelek, 68, a native of Czechoslovakia, who came to this country in 1908, is the father of eight children and the new Mrs. Pavelek, 58, has three children, all adults and all residing in Czechoslovakia. Following the death of the first Mrs. Pavelek, Pavelek began a correspondence with the woman who was to become his second wife, She resided in Trstna near' Prague, Pavelek's home town, j brunch meeting held at Collins- Cope Talks to Wood River Garden Club WOOD RIVER — Paul Cope of Shaw's Garden, spoke at the Wednesday meeting of the Garden Club at the public library, giving a demonstration of the propagation of shrubs, flowers, house plants, etc. Mrs. Roy Adams of Adams Floral Shop, spoke on "Flowers for Weddings", and presented colored slides of her recent trip to Hawaii. It was reported the first flower box before a business ilace in the club sponsored project, is a 'redwood tub con- .aining a dogwood tree surrounded with petunias at Camp's Drug Store on Sixth St. Mrs. Hulda Traband, presi- rlnnt **A«rlc&iims1 *Vi*b TCOCTlrtn 5 4 Treated for Injuries at Tivp. Hospital WOOD RIVER — Three children and one adult were treatec for minor injuries and released Thursday at Wood River Town ship Hospital. They were: Vicky L. Binning 5, daughter of Mrs. Raymonc Holt, Cottage Hills, for a nose injury; Kenneth M. Stahlhut, 8 son of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Stahlhut, 644 Halloran St., Wood River, for abrasion to the right foot; Rhonda L. Sawyer, 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sawyer, 109 Whitelaw St., East Alton, for nail puncture ol left foot; and Lee Cook, 60, 790 Rice St., East Alton, for laceration of the right index finger. Stuart Attends Dealers Conclave Schilling Awarded Cup by Toastmasters view a charter from the State of Illinois naming the corporation "Town and Country Swimming Association." Plans were made for a picnic 1 and outing at the Kendall Hill' Park July 20. The program. "Listening to the _ „ , _, .! Mountains", was presented byi Ra 'P h ^&" of 307 Douglas, < East' Quirch of God VBS Miss Walker, and Mrs. Leo Lang-! Alton - and Judlth Prima ^, of 204 i WOOD RIVER - Floyd Schill- ham led discussion on the topic,i Central Avc was re P° rted to &>• p ro ,,,. am Satlinlav Apart For Me". lice Thursday. » ' i Both cars were traveling north 1 EAST ALTON -- A program In the background Is a large wooden thermometer used to measure amount of fluids raised. Left to right: Carl Cain Jr., William C. Taylor, Jim Ricci and Lynn Claussen. — Staff Photo. they ing was awarded the "Cup" during Toastmaster's meeting Wednesday night for doing an excellent job! ! using instruments made in class sessions, iwork will be displayed. • Parents and friends are in- FRIDAY. JUNE IT. Cars Collide At East Alton Intersection EASTT ALTON - Ruth A. La!- ferty, 23. 109 S. Main St., Wood River was arrested tor "careless driving" Thursday at 5:28 p.m. after her automobile collided with a car driven by Billy R. Balne, 22, 127 S. 12th St., Wood River. The accident occured at Niagara rtreet and Alt. 67. The Lafferty car was reported to have been traveling north on Niagara street accross the cutoff to travel west on Milton road. Baine was driving east on Alt. 67. Wood River Church Class To Wash Cars WOOD RfVER — A car wash will be held Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. by the Young People's Sunday School Class of the Wood River Methodist Church at Manning's Service Station, 6th and Edwards- villp road. Funds from thr car wash will be donated for a student nurse's lounge at the Alton Memorial Hos- ipital. havej Birthday Party Craft | W QOD RIVER — Miss Donna Chiado. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chiado, 559 S. WMS Entertained ! DUl " f:aia '™ CI * V"""""!. '"""' IW *° 1 " UJW ^~ rt l<lu *"""V led Twelfth St.. was honored at a WOOD RIVFR- Mrs George m . °° 'Tvti • V prim * sud W '" ^ presented at 7:30 p.m. K • surprise party at the Onized !Hayes showed colored 'slides of \ ^,1" .,™" J Ml J Logan . s ^Saturday at the Church of God' VUithi* PBrent, j cluh room Wednesday in obser- Awarded the "hone" was BIIP recenl church activities as the strllck , he Primas' car in the .closing the two-weeks vacailon! EAST ALTON -- Mrs. Ben nation of her 15th birthday. Kasson. club secretary, for noti program feature al the Wed- rear po |i ce said ' Bible sch ° o1 ' Karnosky, Washington D. C.. is Twenty four guests were enter- being present, inesday meeting of the Business The front grille of Mrs. Lo- The entire enrollment of the vacationing with her parents, tained. Diversions included Vernon Deist served as toast-j and Proffisslona i Woman's Mlu-igan's auto and the right rear school will participate in theiM,-. and Mrs. K. M. Cast-. 852!Barnes,.contests andI Dancing, master and Finis Rayburn was sionary s oc | e i.y O f the First;taillight of the Primas auto were presentation which will sum-jBowman Ave. She will join Baptist Church. 'damaged.. marize the work of the past.(husband. Lt. Col. U>ader of a table topic entitled "What is Wrong With Republican The meeting was held at the, The correspondence resulted in Pavelek's going to Czechoslovakia and he and the second Mrs. Pavelek spent approximately four months going through red tape preliminary to their marriage last October. Governmental permission was required and a civil ceremony had to precede a ceremony in a Catholic Church. WOOD RIVER—Allan P. Stu- ville. Local club members a-jart of Stuart Motors, Inc., rep* Pavelek returned to the Unit- "^ "^ ed States to await the arrival o f |exm ° uea warded ribbons at the meeting were Mrs. Julia Paris and Mrs. Fred Alsberg, blue ribbons; Mrs. Traband, red ribbon. Mrs. Earl Anderson, Mrs. Floyd Carter and Mrs. Russell French also attended. A dessert luncheon preceded the Wednesday meeting. Arrangements using roses, were by Mrs. George his new wife. Pavelek says that he was treated exceedingly well by the iThompson, Mrs. Paris, Mrs. Arthur' Cronan. Mrs. Harvey Rice, Mrs. Harry Sanders, Mrs. resented the St. Louis Chrysler dealers at the 18th semi-annual national Chrysler dealers council meet at the Broadmoor Hotel In Colorado Springs, Colo. May 30 and 31 and June 1. Stuart was elected by members of the St. Louis region to serve on the 23 member council whose purpose is to better relations between dealers and the factory. The council met May 30 and 31, then took their suggestions the factory representative June 1. Stuart was elected chairman Bitten by Dog WOOD RIVER — Joseph Em- iimutr i,ui oLiciiuamJc at iiic - . -.«„ « . _• *. Municipal Opera in St. Louis' 61 ? of u983 Ferg " s °" re P° rted '° I police he was bitten above the i right knee Thursday while on his mail route. The dog is o\*ned by S. E. Cahoon of 242 S. Ninth (St., police said. July 23 as a family outing. August was selected as "cookie month" for Scott Air Force Base. „ . Hayes home and plans werel Speakers were: Joe Ke,nstra,j made for altendance at tne Lawrence Stivers, Bill Hayward, and Julian Ryan. Zeke Jabusch served as general evaluator and Paul Hill, Stan Sprague, Floyd Schilling and Jack Stansberry were critics. Del Webb was grammarian and parliamentarian and Ed Mieners was ah suppressor. Eagle* Lodge WOOD RIVErV-Mrs. Joseph; Baker, immediate past president of the Eagle's Auxiliary, was presented the press book of the past year's activities at a special meeting of the ritual two weeks based on the theme following the completion of h!s| Party hostesses were: Misses Carl in Lawver and Patty Parker, assisted by , „ . Mranrt " "The Teachings of Jesus." Cert i- course of instruction in the|. ... ficates will be awarded and {Military Assistants Institute at I Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily students with perfect attend- j Washington D. C. and the cou ance will be honored. Gifts willjpie will sail from New York Devotions entitled, "In busi- Emery was treated at Wood ness with God", were present- Rjver Township Hospital and reed by Mrs. Freda Dwigglns. i leased . Tne owners of the dog Minor Crash iwere warned to keep it confined WOOD RIVER — A minor col-1 for a period of two weeks at lision between autos of Mrs.(which time it will be tested for *' ' ' ' --.-r-™ j wjjVjjjst; June 23-26 when the ritual lctmes team will defend it's championship title. Mrs. Leland Swinney. who was recently appointed contest | July 20 for a two year tour of iduty at Madrid, Spain, where A highlight of the program he will be assigned to the Mill- be presented to the winners. will be Bible school songs played by the Primary rhythm band, lary Advisory Group to the Spanish Army. team and officers Thursday at'state ritual chairman, will be the Eagle's Lodge. in charge of the competition Mrs. Joseph Chiado, publicity and will also serve as a dele- chairman, made the presenta-igale of the local unit with Mrs. tlon. Francis Kirk. Mrs. Joseph Plans were completed for at- j Baker and Mrs. Ethel Moores tending the State Convention'are alternate delegates. Helps You Overcomt FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be aiinoyed or feel 111-at- ••ie because of loose,' wobbly false teeth. FASTEETH, an Improved alkaline (non-acid) powder, sprinkled on your plates holds them firmer so they feel more comfortable. Avoid embarrassment caused by loose plates. Gel FASTEETH at any drug counter DO YOU KNOW! NUMBER OF SAVERS AT PIASA FIRST FEDERAL HAS MORE THAN DOUBLED DURING THE PAST FIVE MONTHS. Federal Piasa STATE A WALL STS. PHONE HO 9'2955 VACATION AND HOLIDAY SILVER DOLLAR DRY CLEANING SPECIAL NEXT WEEK 909 E. Broadway 2012 State St. 22* E. Elm 43* N. Weed River Ave. GENERAL ELECTRIC Chechoslovakian people while he |Traband, Mrs. Sawyer and Mrs.j^ was abroad. Although he is a French. Thjs ^ {he thu%d strajght native of that country, he says „, '° *" P " a " * onn . year Stuart has represented the he prefers the United States. He) WOOD RIVLR-Young people,^ ^ ^ new became a naturalized citizen in,of the Mrst Church of Chrttt.j^^y^ wjl , b|j e , ected next 1926. "This is my home andlChnstian will meet al the, fan tQ gQ to fte November meet . where I belong," he says. Bike Stolen WOOD RIVER — David Albers of 2923 Werges, Alton, reported to police his bicycle was stolen at the Wood River pool Wednesday afternoon. The bike was stolen from the bike rack at the pool and is a (church at 12:30 p.m. Saturdayj, ng jn Det ,. oit Mjch to attend the Youth Rally and outing in Jones' Park, E. St. Louis. The "Father of the TELEVISION PRICES DRASTICALLY REDUCED 1960 crp n/7 » 7 fa V/ "GOLDEN VALUE DESIGNER After the meeting, Stuart and his wife met Mr. and Mrs. Wayne j Stevens Year " : toured of 437 Dulaney and Yellowstone National will be selected by the youngj Pflrk< Both coup | es returned people of Grade 3 through high!h orn e Tuesday, school during the Sunday | morning service, the Rev. G. Wallet Stolen WOOD RIVER — Ronald Bai- CONSOLETTE WITH GOING SHOPPING? RIDE A CITIZENS COACH CO. BUS JR. Schreiber, pastor, has an- ley of Edgewood Terrace, God- nounced. frey. reported to police that his The Daily Vacation Bible wallet containing $10 was stolen !School demonstration program Thursday afternoon while he was will be presented at the 7:.')0 swimming at Wood River pool. p.m. Sunday service, with the A paper boy in the Wood Riv- young people in charge of the or area found Bailey's identifi-l entire program. Craft work:cation papers scattered around] ; will be displayed and refresh- and returned them to the boy. • iinents will be served. ;|iave been planned as the di-i ! Miniature golf and swimming version* of the Monday meet-' • red Schwfnrrfraverer~without"lij*»8 «'' the Victory Class at j front fender. 6:30 p.m. at the church. ; CABINET WIDTH ONLY 7" THIN WEEK-END SPECIALS! FREE! 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